DAKAR 2020: 9. Etappe / stage 9 – VIDEO-Highlights – BIKES / CARS / TRUCKS + RESULTS / ERGEBNISSE und Impressionen – Husky, X-Raid + Kamaz!

Eine minimale Lücke von nur 15 Sekunden trennte Stéphane Peterhansel von Nasser Al-Attiyah beim Zieleinlauf der 9. Etappe. Die beiden Piloten nutzten die Gelegenheit, um Carlos Sainz von seinem Vorsprung befreien was auch zum Leidwesen des Spaniers bestens gelang. Denn Carlos Sainz läuft damit mehr Gefahr als je zuvor seine Dakar-Führung abzugeben. Denn Nasser hat nur noch 24 Sekunden Rückstand in der Gesamtwertung auf den Führenden Carlos Sainz, während Peterhansel über sechs Minuten Rückstand aufweist.

9. Etappe / Stage 9 – Ergebnisse / Results – CARS

Pos. Exp. Drive-Team Mark-Model Time Variation Penality
1 302 BAHRAIN JCW X-RAID TEAM 03h 08′ 31“
2 300 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 03h 08′ 46“ + 00h 00′ 15“
3 324 RACE WORLD TEAM 03h 13′ 19“ + 00h 04′ 48“
4 303 ORLEN X-RAID TEAM 03h 14′ 54“ + 00h 06′ 23“
5 305 BAHRAIN JCW X-RAID TEAM 03h 15′ 02“ + 00h 06′ 31“
6 309 OVERDRIVE TOYOTA 03h 16′ 53“ + 00h 08′ 22“
7 307 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 03h 17′ 01“ + 00h 08′ 30“
8 304 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 03h 19′ 47“ + 00h 11′ 16“
9 310 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 03h 21′ 34“ + 00h 13′ 03“
10 311 X-RAID MINI JCW TEAM 03h 21′ 41“ + 00h 13′ 10“

 

Ergebnisse / Results – CARS OVERALL

Pos. Exp. Drive-Team Mark-Model Time Variation Penality
1 305 BAHRAIN JCW X-RAID TEAM 35h 11′ 54“
2 300 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 35h 12′ 18“ + 00h 00′ 24“ 00h 03′ 00“
3 302 BAHRAIN JCW X-RAID TEAM 35h 18′ 32“ + 00h 06′ 38“
4 309 OVERDRIVE TOYOTA 35h 46′ 10“ + 00h 34′ 16“ 00h 02′ 00“
5 311 X-RAID MINI JCW TEAM 36h 01′ 35“ + 00h 49′ 41“
6 304 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 36h 09′ 51“ + 00h 57′ 57“
7 307 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 36h 20′ 53“ + 01h 08′ 59“
8 315 SRT RACING 36h 36′ 14“ + 01h 24′ 20“ 00h 02′ 00“
9 324 RACE WORLD TEAM 37h 47′ 29“ + 02h 35′ 35“
10 310 TOYOTA GAZOO RACING 38h 29′ 17“ + 03h 17′ 23“

 

6. Etappe / Stage 6 – VIDEO-HIGHLIGHTS – TRUCKS

Dakar 2020 - Stage 9 (Wadi Al-Dawasir / Haradh) - Truck Summary


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Andrey Karginov gehört mittlerweile nicht mehr zur Kategorie „Zukünftiger Star in der LKW-Klasse“, sondern ist der Favorit, der mit seiner Performance und vier Etappensiegen den Ton bei den Dickschiffen angibt.

9. Etappe / Stage 9 – Ergebnisse / Results – TRUCKS

Pos. Exp. Drive-Team Mark-Model Time Variation Penality
1 511 KAMAZ – MASTER 03h 33′ 42“
2 503 MAZ-SPORTAUTO 03h 37′ 01“ + 00h 03′ 19“
3 500 KAMAZ – MASTER 03h 43′ 06“ + 00h 09′ 24“
4 502 INSTAFOREX LOPRAIS PRAGA 03h 43′ 24“ + 00h 09′ 42“
5 507 RIWALD DAKAR TEAM 03h 43′ 40“ + 00h 09′ 58“
6 501 KAMAZ – MASTER 03h 43′ 49“ + 00h 10′ 07“
7 528 MAZ-SPORTAUTO 03h 44′ 47“ + 00h 11′ 05“
8 516 KAMAZ – MASTER 03h 45′ 11“ + 00h 11′ 29“
9 509 TATRA BUGGYRA RACING 03h 47′ 17“ + 00h 13′ 35“
10 505 PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO 03h 47′ 22“ + 00h 13′ 40“

 

Ergebnisse / Results – TRUCKS OVERALL

Pos. Exp. Drive-Team Mark-Model Time Variation Penality
1 511 KAMAZ – MASTER 38h 05′ 25“
2 516 KAMAZ – MASTER 38h 44′ 00“ + 00h 38′ 35“
3 503 MAZ-SPORTAUTO 39h 14′ 01“ + 01h 08′ 36“
4 502 INSTAFOREX LOPRAIS PRAGA 40h 19′ 34“ + 02h 14′ 09“
5 501 KAMAZ – MASTER 40h 54′ 54“ + 02h 49′ 29“
6 504 BIG SHOCK RACING 41h 13′ 24“ + 03h 07′ 59“
7 505 PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO 41h 52′ 07“ + 03h 46′ 42“
8 528 MAZ-SPORTAUTO 42h 32′ 00“ + 04h 26′ 35“
9 509 TATRA BUGGYRA RACING 42h 54′ 25“ + 04h 49′ 00“
10 512 HINO TEAM SUGAWARA 43h 08′ 13“ + 05h 02′ 48“

 

9. Etappe / Stage 9 – VIDEO-HIGHLIGHTS – BIKES / QUADS

Dakar 2020 - Stage 9 (Wadi Al-Dawasir / Haradh) - Bike/Quad Summary


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Pablo Quintanilla legte auf dem Weg nach Haradh einen ordentlichen Zahn zu, um in 2020 endlich vor Titelverteidiger Toby Price Etappensieger zu werden. Letztere musst sich ebenfalls ordentlich strecken, um die Lücke auf den Führenden Ricky Brabec (Honda) zu schließen. Doch der Amerikaner fährt clever und hält mit Umsicht seinen 20-minütigen Vorsprung, um endlich den Titelgewinn für HONDA bei der Dakar sicher zu stellen.

9. Etappe / Stage 9 – Ergebnisse / Results – BIKES

Pos. Exp. Drive-Team Mark-Model Time Variation Penality
1 5 ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING 03h 30′ 33“
2 1 RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM 03h 32′ 27“ + 00h 01′ 54“
3 12 MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 03h 33′ 15“ + 00h 02′ 42“
4 9 MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 03h 34′ 28“ + 00h 03′ 55“
5 18 BAS DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM 03h 36′ 03“ + 00h 05′ 30“
6 7 MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 03h 36′ 23“ + 00h 05′ 50“
7 16 RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM 03h 36′ 41“ + 00h 06′ 08“
8 17 MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 03h 36′ 56“ + 00h 06′ 23“
9 6 ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING 03h 37′ 30“ + 00h 06′ 57“
10 2 RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM 03h 38′ 40“ + 00h 08′ 07“

 

Ergebnisse / Results – BIKES OVERALL

Pos. Exp. Drive-Team Mark-Model Time Variation Penality
1 9 MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 31h 59′ 29“
2 5 ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING 32h 20′ 22“ + 00h 20′ 53“
3 1 RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM 32h 26′ 12“ + 00h 26′ 43“ 00h 02′ 00“
4 12 MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 32h 27′ 45“ + 00h 28′ 16“
5 17 MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 32h 28′ 58“ + 00h 29′ 29“ 00h 01′ 00“
6 2 RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM 32h 36′ 45“ + 00h 37′ 16“
7 16 RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM 32h 40′ 40“ + 00h 41′ 11“
8 22 MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA RALLY TEAM 33h 20′ 33“ + 01h 21′ 04“ 00h 05′ 00“
9 59 KLYMCIW RACING 33h 23′ 53“ + 01h 24′ 24“
10 19 SLOVNAFT RALLY TEAM 33h 30′ 04“ + 01h 30′ 35“

 

All results / Alle Ergebnisse: LINK + QUADS & SSV

Dakar Map 2020

 

Stage 10 / 10. Etappe – MARATHON, no mechanics after the stage allowed / Keine Mechaniker nach der Etappe erlaubt

Portrait of the day / Porträt des Tages – Jamie McCanney BIKES

Dakar 2020 - Stage 9 - Portrait of the day - Jamie McCanney


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Focus

Today started in a mineral ambiance. The riders and drivers on the Dakar will not see any more stones, but had to tackle 150 kilometres of rocky terrain in an environment that was different to the canyons and mountains of the first week. This time, they raced past immense cliffs, admiring them from wide valleys or travelling along the edge of the precipices. As the route headed east for the second part of the special, sand was predominant: on fast tracks or on vast expanses lacking in any relief. As they reach Haradh, they will also approach the “Empty Quarter”, which makes up the program of the forthcoming two-day marathon stage.

The essentials

Pablo Quintanilla moved up a gear on the way to Haradh to finally become a stage winner in 2020 ahead of the title holder Toby Price, who was also forced to go on the attack to try and reduce the gap opened up so far by Ricky Brabec in the general standings. The Honda rider still sits calmly at the top of the pile, as does Ignacio Casale who is dominating the quad race and added a stage victory to his roll of honour, but merely by 3 seconds! An almost similarly small gap separated Stéphane Peterhansel from Nasser Al-Attiyah at the finishing line on stage 9, where the Frenchman triumphed by 15 seconds. The two men took advantage to regain time on Carlos Sainz, who is now in more danger than ever of losing the rally lead. Casey Currie gave himself some breathing space in the SSV race, completing a 100% American podium on the stage, behind the promising drivers Blade Hildebrand and Mitchell Guthrie, who are continuing the rally in the Dakar Experience formula. As for Andrey Karginov, he is no longer an emerging star in the category, but rather a seasoned performer who continues to stamp his mark on this Dakar in Saudi Arabia with a fourth consecutive stage victory.

Performance of the day

Pablo Quintanilla woke up this morning in second place in the general standings, some way behind Ricky Brabec, and was therefore obliged to go on the attack if he wanted to continue to believe in his chances of seizing a triumph that has avoided him for so many years. Despite having a sore wrist over the last few days, the Chilean took full advantage of his starting position to put in a faultless performance and pick up his first stage victory since the start of the rally and the fourth in his career on the Dakar, enabling him to put pressure on the general standings leader and tackle the marathon stage full of confidence…

A crushing blow

Ronan Chabot and his co-pilot Gilles Pillot experienced a dark day today. The business manager, among the best amateur drivers each year, was 15th in the general standings this morning but was a little too attack-minded on the first kilometres of the special, which led to him flipping his Toyota into a forward roll. The damage to Hilux No. 320 was considerable, meaning several long hours were required for repairs, only to cover several kilometres more of the special before grinding to a halt again. However, with only 5 premature exits before participating in his 21st Dakar Rally, Chabot is not the type of person to give up easily!

Stat of the day

48th : this was the position of Fernando Alonso in the general standings on the evening of the second stage, after losing several hours repairing a broken wheel on his Toyota. Since then, he has followed up with one good performance after another to climb back up the general standings. On the evening of stage 9, the Spaniard has entered the top 10 of the general standings and is the leading rookie in the car category, 3 hours and 17 minutes behind his countryman Carlos Sainz. Motorsport fans were hoping for a duel between the two men and maybe they will see them battling it out for a stage victory in the last days of the rally.

Quote of the

day Ignacio Casale: “It was a good stage and I did a good time. My goal was to catch Vitse and not let him out of my sight, which is what I did. I helped him just a few kilometres back – he fell so I picked him up. I think he is okay and he should reach the finish soon. I found it difficult with the wind, it slowed me down quite a bit, but I didn’t have any real problems on the stage, no falls, no mechanical issues or navigation mistakes. We’re getting a little bit nearer to the end”.

Quelle / Source: ASO, Dakar